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Tesco shoppers are rushing to buy 'amazing' garden accessories in huge clearance sale with up top 50% off

May 22, 2023

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SHOPPERS are rushing to Tesco to get their hands on some "amazing" heavily discounted garden accessories.

The supermarket has slashed the price of over a dozen garden must-haves including solar-powered lights.

It comes after one happy shopper posted a photograph of the items for sale on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook page to brag about the find.

In response to the post, another shopper said: "Oh my god, I'm going later."

A second shopper said: "I better get down there to get myself some lights."

"I've already got some today. Bargain," said a third shopper.

Shoppers, visiting stores can bag 50% off the Lisbon Pendant Solar light after its price was cut from £20 to £10.

The blue Lemon Solar Lantern has had its price cut from £15 to £17 too.

Those looking for string and solar lights can grab a bargain too.

A set of 10 Ratten Heart Solar String lights have had their price cut by 50% from £12 to £6.

Customers can also grab 25 Dragonfly Solar String lights for £6 too.

Flame Effect Solar Stake lights have also had their price cut by 50% from £12 to £6.

The discounted garden lights are available online and in-store but shoppers will need to be quick while stocks last.

You can find your closest Tesco using the store locator tool on its website.

You should always have a quick shop around first as you might be able to find a similar product cheaper elsewhere.

Prices vary by brand, size and retailer so it's worth having a browse elsewhere before you make a decision.

The solar lights on offer at Tesco are the cheapest we've seen but B&Q sells similar products that cost just a couple of pounds more.

Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.

Always remember that these bargains are only a good deal if you needed solar garden lights in the first place - if you get them just because of the offer, you aren't necessarily saving money.

There are many ways you can cut costs on your groceries.

Firstly, take advantage of supermarket schemes as the majority offer them and it's an easy way to earn points and save cash.

We've got some great tips on how to make the most of the loyalty schemes you're signed up to here.

Keep an eye out for offers too.

There are cheap food clubs run by local community groups or charities floating around.

They're different to food banks because you don't need to be referred by anyone to join one.

These clubs link up with local supermarkets, who donate food nearing their sell-by date.

They are usually run from public places, such as church halls.

There are also food waste apps to make use of.

The Too Good To Go app, for instance, matches you with local food outlets that have food left at the end of the day to sell for less.

You pay from £1 to £7 for a 'magic' bag or box from a local business that contains a surprise mix of products.